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Traffic Tip Tuesday: Children left in hot vehicles

Last week, a Tampa toddler died after the child was accidentally left in a vehicle for several hours. It was the 50th hot car death involving a child in the nation this year. Officer Roy Paz with the Tampa Police Department said every year, on average, 38 children die because they were left in a hot car. He said the most common reason is because parents and guardians are distracted.

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Great Rides: WWII 1943 M3A1 Scout Car

A World War II era 1943 M3A1 Scout Car was recently restored by Cliff Moffett, who is a Zephyhills native and a Navy veteran. It was made in the U.S.,sent to Europe and the French used it during WWII. After the war, the Greeks ended up using it before it came back to U.S. in the 1980s. Moffett said it took two years for him to restore it. Today, it uses 7 miles per gallon.

One Tank Trip: Siesta Key Rum

Siesta Key Rum is an award-winning craft distillery with roots in Sarasota. You can find the sweet but spiced products from Florida to Washington State, but at its Sarasota location, you can tour it and taste the rum.

Halloween safety for pets

Dr. Cathy Meeks from Blue Pearl Veterinary Partners joined Good Day Tampa Bay to talk about what Halloween and Trick or Treat can mean for pets.

Good Catch: Active snook inshore

Every Friday morning, Captain Dylan Hubbard of Hubbard's Marina joins Good Day to fill viewers in on his fishing forecast as we head into the weekend. Here is his fishing report for October 11, 2019.

Extraordinary Ordinaries: Pottery with Parkinson's

A pastor took up the art of pottery, and in the meantime, molded his life. Bruce Wright launched "Pottery with Parkinson's" and finds solitude in creating pottery. It's a hobby that takes the steadiest of palms, but he has mastered, despite Parkinson's.

UFC fighter has ties to Tampa

The Tampa Bay area has long been home to some of the world's best athletes, and a UFC fighter is gearing up for the biggest night of his life. He has ties here as well.

Good Catch: Redfish still have a hot bite

Every Friday morning, Captain Dylan Hubbard of Hubbard's Marina joins Good Day to fill viewers in on his fishing forecast as we head into the weekend. Here is his fishing report for October 4, 2019.

Extraordinary Ordinaries: Operation Military Matters

At the age of 9, Graci Tubbs started a school project, and it has since flourished into a non-profit organization reminding those overseas that their patriotic work isn't being taken for granted. Tubbs, is 13 years old now and has sent more than 2,400 care packages.

Traffic Tip Tuesday: Florida hands-free law

Starting October 1, Florida's new texting and driving aw goes into effect. Drivers in a school or construction zone cannot be holding their phone. The only time is when there is a need to dial 911. Law enforcement officials will give out warning, but starting January 1, 2020, they will start giving out citations.